• June 25, 2022

Tags : el paso cad

Letter to the Editor: Mayor, Council need to take action

The Mayor and City Council need to take action to address the out of control Central Appraisal District (CAD). When the real estate market tanked in 2009 the CAD didn’t rush to adjust property values down, but in this temporary pandemic driven bubble of less than 12 months they have raced to take advantage of […]Read More

Property tax home valuations explode by average of 13% in

Many El Paso homeowners are seeing a significant spike in their property appraisals, pushed upward by a hot real-estate market during the pandemic, Central Appraisal District officials said. The average home valuation in El Paso increased by 13% between 2020 and 2021, said Dinah Kilgore, CAD executive director and chief appraiser. That average was not […]Read More